Treating Fibromyalgia Pain with Chiropractic

Are you currently suffering from fibromyalgia and looking for help? Learn how chiropractic can treat pain and provide relief today.


CORE Health Centers is dedicated to the natural relief of your fibromyalgia symptoms. Fibromyalgia is a disorder from which patients suffer chronic, widespread muscle pain, fatigue, and numerous tender points throughout the body. Individuals suffering from fibromyalgia may also experience other symptoms such as irritable bowel syndrome, sleep disturbance, headaches, restless leg syndrome, temperature sensitivity, and memory problems or mental fog.

symptoms and treatment

The widespread muscle pain associated with fibromyalgia can cause tightening in the muscles of the back, and all four quadrants of the body. Tightened muscles result in a lack of mobility in the spine, leading to even tighter muscles, less sleep, and more muscle pain. This makes chiropractic treatment of fibromyalgia essential to prevent the exponential increase of pain and symptoms over time.

The experts at CORE Health Centers are the chiropractic professionals you need to help relieve and prevent your fibromyalgia pain and related symptoms. Through regular spinal adjustments, our team of chiropractors can help you maintain the mobility of your spine, thus lessening the stress of the back muscles and relieving muscle pain. These regular chiropractic adjustments can also protect the small supporting muscles of the spine, preventing any further injury. In patients with fibromyalgia, which prevents the complete healing of muscles, the prevention of muscle injury is essential for long term pain relief.

Treating Fibromyalgia

CORE Health Centers offers complete Chiropractic and Wellness programs designed to provide non-narcotic, non-surgical solutions for pain relief and rehabilitation. If your daily life is being affected by Fibromyalgia or other treatable conditions, the CORE Health Centers team can help relieve your symptoms and help get you on the road to a pain-free life.
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